Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Elizabeth Siegfried

Great-Grandmother Grid from Termina

Great-Grandmother Grid from Termina

Elizabeth Siegfried. Great-Grandmother Grid from Termina, 2005–2008.

Description:
Great-Grandmother Grid is the first of four grids in Termina, a photographic installation that tells the story of a diminishing family tree and contemplates the ending of one branch of that family’s lineage.

Medium:
Photography

Tags:
image/text, black and white, grid, film, teacup, costume, vintage, hats, friends, family, woman, laughing, boating, dancing, swimming, cottage, rural, water, aging, matriarchal, history, clothing. community, cross-dressing, emotions, fashion, geneology, humor, life cycles, photograph, portrait

Images
Great-Grandmother Grid from TerminaGrandmother Grid from TerminaMother Grid from TerminaSelf GridDetail from Great-Grandmother GridDetail from Mother GridSelf -Portrait from Self Grid

Location
Toronto, Ontario
Canada

Contact
elizsieg@elizabethsiegfried.com

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